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We shood challenge and encourage one another to live in obedience to Jesus, desiring to be examples to the faithful and to adorn with holy living the Ministry entrusted to us. Mindful of the admonition of Scripture, and the table of duties in the catechism, we will strive earnestly to:
Be prepared to confess Christ before the world and to give testimony to the hope that is in us. (cf. 1 Peter 3:15).
Lead a life worthy of the calling to which we have been called, with all lowliness and meekness, with patience, forbearing one another in love, eager to maintain the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace (cf. Ephesians 4:1-3).
Do justice, love kindness, and walk humbly with God (cf. Micah 6:8).
Exercise authority wisely, not for personal whim or gain, but in praise of the Father who by the power at work in us is able to accomplish abundantly far more than all we can ask or imagine (cf. Ephesians 3:20).
Live as a responsible citizen, pray for those in authority(cf .1 Timothy 2:1-2).
Defend the poor, the weak, the orphaned, the fatherless, the widowed. (cf. James 1:27).
Be of a pure heart, a good conscience, and sincere faith (cf. 1 Timothy 1:5).
Speak the truth in love (cf. Ephesians 4:15).
Live with one's conscience captive to the Word of God, praying for the courage to speak and act by such a conscience.
Be chaste and pure, faithful in marriage and celibate in singleness, according to the norm of Scripture and the tradition of the Church.
Be above reproach, of one spouse, temperate, sensible, dignified, hospitable, an apt teacher, no drunkard, not violent but gentle, not quarrelsome, and no lover of money. (cf. 1 Timothy 3:2-3).
Manage our own household well -- caring, just, and loving to husband or wife; loving and respecting our children, teaching them to be obedient and respectful (cf. 1 Timothy 3:4).
Live simply and wisely as good stewards of personal resources and God's good earth.
Live in all things to yield the fruit of the Spirit: love, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control; against such there is no law. (Galatians 5:22-23).
Rejoicing in the fellowship of all the saints, we commend ourselves, one another and our whole life to Christ, our Lord.

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About The Historic Apostolic Succession
FROM THE CANON LAW CODE AND OTHER DOCUMENTS OF THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH

St. Augustine of hippo from On Baptism and On The Correction of the Donatists
When these criteria are met, a Bishop is within the Historic Apostolic Succession:
Form: The consecration must be done using the Rites of the Church and in the context of the Eucharistic liturgy to be valid. This is to emphasize the connection of the ordaining Bishop(s) within the Church as a Eucharistic Community.
Matter: There must be an actual laying on of hands by a Bishop during the liturgy. A Prayer is not sufficient in and of itself.
Minister: The one who performs the consecration must be a validly consecrated Bishop within the Historic Apostolic Succession.
Intention: The intent of the laying on of hands and the prayer within the liturgy must be to ordain the person as a Bishop of the Church.

Canon 844.3 Canon Law Code of the Roman Catholic Church (1983)
"Catholic ministers may lawfully administer the sacraments of penance, the Eucharist and anointing of the sick to members of the Eastern Churches not in full communion with the Catholic Church, if they spontaneously ask for them and are properly disposed. The same applies to members of other Churches which the Apostolic See judges to be in the same position as the aforesaid Eastern Churches so far as the sacraments are concerned."
Declaration: Dominus Jesu, Congregation for the Doctrine of Faith The Vatican, August 6, 2000
"17. Therefore, there exists a single Church of Christ, which subsists in the Catholic Church, governed by the Successor of Peter and by the Bishops in communion with him. The Churches which, while not existing in perfect communion with the Catholic Church, remain united to her by means of the closest bonds, that is, by Apostolic Succession and a valid Eucharist, are true particular Churches. Therefore, the Church of Christ is present and operative also in these Churches, even though they lack full communion with the Catholic Church…"

UNITATIS REDINTEGRATIO, DECREE ON ECUMENISM, POPE JOHN - PAUL II NOV 21, 1964
"These Churches, although separated from us, yet possess true sacraments and above all, by apostolic succession, the priesthood and the Eucharist, whereby they are linked with us in closest intimacy. Therefore some worship in common (communicatio in sacris), given suitable circumstances and the approval of Church authority, is not only possible but to be encouraged."

Apostolicae Curae papal bull, Pope Leo XIII (1896)
"... where an appropriate Sacramental minister performs the sacramental ritual using the correct matter and form, with no appearance of jest or simulation, he is presumed with moral certainty to have acted validly."

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Canon 215 - The Christian faithful are at liberty freely to found and direct associations for purposes of charity or piety or for the promotion of the Christian vocation in the world and to hold meetings for the common pursuit of these purposes.
Canon 216 gives us the right to promote or sustain apostolic action "...all the Christian faithful have the right to promote or sustain apostolic action even by their own undertakings, according to their own state and condition."


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Prayer to the Precious Cross
Let God arise and let His enemies be scattered ! Let those who hate Him flee from before His face ! As smoke vanishes, so let them vanish. As wax melts before the fire, so let sinners perish before the face of those who love God and sign themselves with the Sign of the Cross and say joyfully : Rejoice! Most precious in Life - creating Cross of the Lord, which chases demons away through the power of our Lord Jesus Christ who was nailed for you, descended into hell and having trampled down the power of the devil, gave to us His precious Cross for the routing of all enemies. Help me forever, most precious in life - creating Cross of the Lord , with the Holy Lady Virgin Theotokos and all the Saints. Amen .

                                 Our Apostolic Succession
Through the Order of Corporate Reunion, a holy order established by Pope Pius in the late 1800's,(
and recognized as valid by the Vatican today), the line of Apostolic Succession has been extended through the Evangelical Marian Catholic Church Apostolic Succession is the laying on of hands, one to another in an unbroken line of succession from the original Apostles down through history to today. This lineage is recognized as a mark of a true church, one recognized by both Eastern(Orthodox) and Western(Roman) Catholic churches, as well as others.
Through  various lineages,
Archbishop Anthony J.M Burns is a direct succession leading to St. Peter, St. Paul, St. John, St. Mark, St. James, and St. Andrew, St Thomas. St. Thaddeus , James the Less, Archbishop  Burns stands in all of these direct lineages, only one lineage is necessary to guarantee valid ordination as a Deacon, Priest, and Bishop in the historic Apostolic Succession.
Copies of the Apostolic Succession lineage of The EVMCC are available upon legitimate request by contacting our office


We Acknowledge, All Traditional Patriarchs. A prayer is said for them in our liturgy, We recognized the Bishop of Rome as being the successor of St. Peter.

          





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The Lord has brought us through many hardships and many trials and I'm sure there's more ahead.
I'm confident which the aid of the Divine Mercy of Jesus, the
 intercession of  Mary His mother, saint Joseph,
And through the Holy Spirit We will weather all the storms that life brings us. So God willing,
We will be found worthy to enter the Kingdom of Heaven.


 The Most Rev Anthony J M Burns of The Child Jesus F.B.S.M ThD DD PhD
                            By The Grace of God  Archbishop Metropolitan (Patriarch)
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We strive to Bring The Divine Mercy of Or Lord Jesus to all.
We Follow Traditional Catholic beliefs of faith and love, spirituality,Community. God calls each of us.
 We place ourselves at His disposal so that His love can be manifested through us to all people.
 We hear God's call in our daily lives manifested to us through Baptism, Confirmation, Reconciliation and the Holy Eucharist
 The love of God is revealed and renewed in us by the presence of the Holy spirit which is our source of new life and unity.
 In our personal life the Lord is calling us brothers and sisters.
 We respond in obedience to the Holy Spirit.
 As we grow in love, we allow The Lord to use us as His instruments
 to share peace and love with everyone we are led to come in contact with  as we journey through life.
 We are God's troubadours, trotting in many different areas of apostolic work among the poor and/or marginalized. We see Jesus as the Poorest of the Poor, and "what we do for the least of these our brethren, we do to him."
 We are the Lord's voice, hands, and feet. We are the Lord's living witnesses. Our word to others should be the words of the Lord
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      Apostolic succession - the line of bishops stretching back to the apostles.
 All Orthodox & Catholic bishops, throughout the whole world, are part of a lineage that goes back to the time of the apostles.
The role of apostolic succession is to preserving the true doctrine that is illustrated in the Bible. To ensure that the apostles' teachings would be passed down after the deaths of the apostles, Paul told Timothy, "[W]hat you have heard from me before many witnesses entrust to faithful men who will be able to teach others also" (2 Tim. 2:2). In this passage, Paul refers to the first three generations of apostolic succession - Paul's own generation, Timothy's generation, and the generation Timothy would teach.

      In Papal utterances regarding the Orthodox, we are called ". . .  Orthodox brothers of the Catholic faith which by God's grace we share." Pope John Paul refers to the Orthodox churches as ". . . sister Catholic churches . . ."

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THE DOCTRINE OF FAITH, THE VATICAN,
AUGUST 6 2000 17.
17. Therefore, there exists a single Church of Christ, which subsists in the Catholic Church, governed by the Successor of Peter and by Bishops in communion with him. The [other] Churches which, while not existing in perfect communion with the Catholic Church, remain united to her by means of the closest bonds, that is, by Apostolic Succession and a valid Eucharist, are true particular Churches. Therefore, the Church of Christ is present and operative also in these Churches, even though they lack full communion with the Catholic Church..."

CANON 844.3, THE CANON LAW CODE OF THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH, (1983)
"Catholic ministers may lawfully administer the sacraments of penance, the Eucharist and annointing of the sick to members of the Eastern Churches [Orthodox] not in full communion with the Catholic Church, if they spontaneously ask for them and are properly disposed. The same applies to members of other Churches which the Apostolic See judges to be in the same position as the aforesaid Eastern Churches so far as the sacraments are concerned."


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we have A communion  Agreement With Anglo-Lutheran Catholic Church
Who formally petitioned to enter the Catholic Church as one body. The latest information I can find indicates the petition is now before the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith we must respect and thank God for their desire to be incorporated into Christ's true Church. Yes, and also pray for them eventually to become faithful Catholics.
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The Apostolic Succession of Patriarch
Russian Orthodox line
Jesus Christ +
1. Andrew, the Apostle of our Lord. Founded 38
2. Stachys, the Disciple, one of the 70 Apostles. 38 - 54
3. Onesimos 54 - 68
4. Polykarpos 69 - 89
5. Ploutarchos 89 - 105
6. Sedekion 105 - 114
7. Diogenes 114 - 129
8. Eleftherios 129 - 136
9. Felix 136 - 141
10. Polykarpos II 141 - 144
11. Athenodoros 144 - 148
12. Euzoios 148 - 154
13. Laurentios 154 - 166
14. Alypios 166 - 169
15. Pertinax 169 - 187
16. Olympianos 187 - 198
17. Markos I 198 - 211
18. Philadelphos 211 - 214
19. Kyriakos I 214 - 230
20. Kastinos 230 - 237
21. Eugenios I 237 - 242
22. Titos 242 - 272
23. Dometios 272 - 303
24. Roufinos 303
25. Provos 303 - 315
26. Metrophanes I 315 - 325
27. Alexandros 325 - 340
28. Paulos I, the Confessor 340 - 41, 342 - 34, 348 - 50
29. Eusebios 341 - 342
30. Makedonios I 344 - 348, 350 - 360
31. Eudoxios 360 - 369
32. Demophilos 369 - 379
33. Evagrios 379
34. Maximos I 380
35. Gregory, the Theologian 379 - 381
36. Nectarios 381 - 397
37. John I, the Chrysostom 398 - 404
38. Arsakios 404 - 405
39. Attikos 406 - 425
40. Sisinios I 425 - 427
41. Nestorios 428 - 431
42. Maximianos 431 - 434
43. Proklos 434 - 447
44. Flavianos 447 - 449
45. Anatolios 449 - 458
46. Gennadios I 458 - 471
47. Akakios 471 - 489
48. Favritas (Fravitas) 489 - 490
49. Euphemios 490 - 496
50. Makedonios II 496 - 511
51. Timotheos I 511 - 518
52. John II, the Cappadocian 518 - 520
53. Epiphanios 520 - 536
54. Anthimos 535 - 536
55. Menas 536 - 552
56. Eutychios I 552 - 565, 577 - 582
57. John III 566 - 577
58. Eutychios II 577 - 582
59. John IV, the Faster 582 - 595
60. Kyriakos II 595 - 607
61. Thomas I 607 - 610
62. Sergios I 610 - 638
63. Pyrros I (later returned as Pyrros II) 638 - 641
64. Paulos II 641 - 652
65. Pyrros II [same as Pyrros I] 652 or 654
66. Petros 652 - 664
67. Thomas II 665 - 668
68. John V 668 - 674
69. Constantine I 674 - 676
70. Theodoros I 676 - 678, 683 - 686
71. Georgios I 678 - 683
72. Paulos III 686 - 693
73. Kallinikos I 693 - 705
74. Kyros 705 - 711
75. John VI 711 - 715
76. Germanos I, the Confessor 715 - 730
77. Anastasios 730 - 751
78. Constantine II 754 - 766
79. Niketas, the Slav 766 - 780
80. Paulos IV 780 - 784
81. Tarasios 784 - 806
82. Nikephoros I 806 - 815
83. Theodotos, Melissenos 815 - 821
84. Antonios I, Kasymatas 821 - 826
85. John VII the Grammatikos 826 - 842
86. Methodios I, the Confessor 842 - 846
87. Ignatios I, the Prince 846 - 857, 867 - 878
88. Photios I 857 - 867, 878 - 886
89. Stephanos I, the Prince 886 - 893
90. Antonios II, Kavleas 893 - 895
91. Nikolaos I, the Mystic 895 - 906, 911 - 925
92. Euthymios I 906 - 911
93. Stephanos II 925 - 928
94. Tryphon 928 - 931
95. Theophylctos, Lakapenos, the Princeling 933 - 956
96. Polyeuctos 956 - 970
97. Vasilios I, Skamandrenos 970 - 974
98. Antonios III, Skandalios, also Stoudites 974 - 980
99. Nikolaos II, Chrysoverges 984 - 995
100. Michael, the Syrian 990
101. Leontius 993
102. John 1015
103. Theopemptus 1037
104. Hilarion 1051
105. George 1072
106. John II 1080
107. John III 1089
108. Ephraim 1096
109. Nicholas 1098
110. Nicephorus 1108
111. Nicetas 1124
112. Michael II 1127
113. Clement 1197
114. Constantine 1136
115. Theodore 1160
116. John IV 1164
117. Constantine II 1167
118. Nicephorus II 1185
119. Matthew 1201
120. Kyrill I 1205
121. Joseph 1240
122. Kyrill II 1250
123. Maximus 1283
124. Peter 1308
125. Theognostes 1328
126. Alexis 1353
127. Cyprian 1380
128. Photius 1410
129. Isidore 1432
130. Jonah 1448
131. Theodosius 1462
132. Philip I 1467
133. Gerontius 1472
134. Zosimus 1491
135. Simon 1496
136. Barlaam 1511
137. Daniel 1522
138. Joasaph 1539
139. Macarius 1542
140. Athanasius 1564
141. Philip 1565
142. Cyrill III 1568
143. Anthony 1572
144. Dionysius 1582
145. Job 1587
146. Hermogenes 1606.
147. Philaret 1620
148. Joasaph I 1631
149. Joseph 1642
150. Nikon 1653
151. Joasaph II 1667
152. Pitirim 1672
153. Joachim 1673
154. Adrian 1690
155. Metropolitan Stephen (Yavorsky), of Rostov, 1701, Guardian of the Patriarchate
156. The Most Holy Synod 1721 - 1918
157. Nikon, Metropolitan of Moscow, The Most Holy Synod.
158. Macarius (Makarij) Michael Neveskij 1884 - 1917
159. Evdokim Basil Mikhailovich Meschersky 1903
160. Aftimios (Abdullah Ofiesh) 1917, d. 1966
161. Ignatius (William Albert Nichols) 1932, d. 1947 Bishop of Washington, D.C. and
Vicar for the English-speaking Americans.
162. Georgius (George Winslow Plummer) 1934, d. 1944 Bishop of New York City,New York.
163. Theodotus (Stanislaus Witowski) DeWitow 1936, d. 1969 Bishop of Scranton,Pennsylvania.
164. Wolodymyr I (Walter Myron Propheta) 1964, d. 1972 Metropolitan of New York, First Patriarch of the Americas.
165. Francis J. Ryan with Bishops Everhart, Burns, and Gabre Mikal Kristos
166.Bishop Denis M. Garrison-April 13, 1985
167.
Bishop Paul Vincent Dolan- June 13, 1987
168. Tau Mosheh (Bishop Kirk P. Mason) February, 18 2001
169.Anthony J M Burns 2004



The Russian Orthodox Church Moscow Patriarchate
The Syrian Orthodox Mission of the Russian Orthodox Church
+ Nikon, Metropolitan of Moscow, The Russian Orthodox Church
+ Makarij, Macarios, Michael Nevskij, Metropolitan of Moscow and Kolomenskow
(1912)
+ Evdokim, Basil Michaelovic Meschersky, Vicar Bishop, Diocese of Moscow (1904);
Archbishop The North American Diocese of The Russian Orthodox Church (1914)
+ Aftimios, Abdullah Ofeish Archbishop, Syrian Orthodox Mission of the Russian
Orthodox Church
+ Sophronios, Sophronios Bishara
+ Chrysostomos, John M. More-Moreno
+ Perry Nikolaus Cedarholm
+Nils Bertil Alexander Persson
+ Peter Paul Patrick Brennan
+ Irl Allen Gladfelter (co-consecrator)
+ Anthony James Matthew Burns
The Roman Catholic Church
through the Order of Corporate Reunion (O.C.R.) (1)
+ Dominicus Cardinal Agostino (CardinalPatriarch of Venice), assisted by + Luigi Cardinal
Nazari di Calabiana (Archbishop of Milan), + Vincentius Cardinal Moretti, and + Ignatios
Ghiurekian (a Byzantine Catholic Archbishop and Abbot-General of the Ordo Mechitaristarum
Venetiarum from the Island of Saint Lazarus near Venice) in 1877,
acting under the authorization of Pope Pius IX, consecrated
+ Frederick George Lee, + Thomas Wimberley Mossman, and + John Thomas Seccombe
+ Henry Arthur Stanton
+ Frederick Cornwallis Conybeare
+ Arthur Harris Mathew
+ Andrew William Howarth
+ Ignatius Willliam Albert Nichols
+ George Windslow Plummer
+ Theodotus Stanislaus Witowski deWitow
+ Walter Myron Propheta
+ Francis Joseph Ryan
+ Leonard J. Curreri
+Peter Paul Brennan
+ Irl Allen Gladfelter (co-consecrator)
+ Anthony James Matthew Burns
   Saint Pope John Paul II Blessed
The Enthronement Patriarch Burns 2004


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